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'Visioning' initiative for island's future moves forward
'Visioning' initiative for island's future moves forward

Long-range thinking takes time, focus and introspection, but sometimes even the most dedicated effort can get derailed by everyday life and shifting priorities.

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Fostering animals benefits both pets and people
Fostering animals benefits both pets and people

Pets come to Palmetto Animal League from varying backgrounds

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Lambs for Life seeks to help children fighting cancer
Lambs for Life seeks to help children fighting cancer

When Alex Arrieta's leukemia came back in January 2016,

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Think Tank groups showed initiative
Think Tank groups showed initiative

Following my experience on June 23, I might never use the terms "scenario" and "connect the dots" the same way again.

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Opinion

Letters to the Editor
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Shake up the routine by trying new things
Lynne Cope Hummell
Shake up the routine by trying new things

Are you in a rut? Does every day seem almost the same?

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Business

Avoid the 10 most common estate planning mistakes
Brian Treacy
Avoid the 10 most common estate planning mistakes

Estate planning is a process that some people neglect and others attempt with limited knowledge.

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Business Briefs
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Luxury apartments, marina repairs and new restaurants

The commercial landscape in Bluffton and Hilton Head continues to change and grow. Here's the latest news.

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Use trusts to accomplish many non-tax objectives
Mark F. Winn
Use trusts to accomplish many non-tax objectives

Using a trust can help you protect and preserve your family wealth from non-tax-related threats, such as divorce, loss of government benefits, wasteful spending and lawsuits.

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Sports

Escape to Haig Point for a day of golf in a natural setting
PHOTO BY DENNIS BURNETT PHOTOGRAPHY
Escape to Haig Point for a day of golf in a natural setting

There's something magical and soothing about spending a day on a small island.

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Get out of your head  to get into the game
Get out of your head to get into the game

According to Webster: "focus - (noun) a central point, as of attraction, attention, or activity; (verb) to direct one's attention or efforts."

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Top Stories

'Visioning' initiative for island's future moves forward
'Visioning' initiative for island's future moves forward
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Fostering animals benefits both pets and people
Fostering animals benefits both pets and people
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Lambs for Life seeks to help children fighting cancer
Lambs for Life seeks to help children fighting cancer
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Think Tank groups showed initiative
Think Tank groups showed initiative
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Health & Wellness

Count on cosmetic dentistry to brighten your smile
Count on cosmetic dentistry to brighten your smile

If you are embarrassed about your smile, or have a difficult time eating and chewing, there is hope for you.

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Don't worry, look happy with facial fillers
Don't worry, look happy with facial fillers

Have you heard the expression, "Down in the mouth?"

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Why laughter really is the best medicine
Why laughter really is the best medicine

Recently, I read an interesting article from ComForCare, an in-home care service company, titled "7 Reasons Why Laughter Is Good For You."

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Home & Garden

The do's and don'ts of cleaning granite
With minimal care and common sense, the beauty of your new stone will last for years to come. PHOTO COURTESY DISTINCTIVE GRANITE AND MARBLE
The do's and don'ts of cleaning granite

The new stone is installed and looks gorgeous. Now what?

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Real Estate

Cool tips for selling your home in the hot summer
Cool tips for selling your home in the hot summer

According to many real estate experts, summer is not the best time to sell your home.

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Dining

Signe's Cafe still making friends after 45 years on Hilton Head
Signe Gardo checks on lunch customers recently at Signe's. PHOTO BY GLEN McCASKEY
Signe's Cafe still making friends after 45 years on Hilton Head

When Signe's opened on Aug. 11, 1972, in Harbour Town, it was called "Signe's World - A World of Good Things."

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Family

Make specific hurricane preparations for seniors
Make specific hurricane preparations for seniors

Numerous articles and publications have been written about hurricane preparedness,

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Women sacrifice to balance work, caregiving
Women sacrifice to balance work, caregiving

There are now more people age 65 and older than there are children under 15 years of age, with about 10,000 people turning 65 every day.

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